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  1. MausoleumWikipedia

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    Ein Mausoleum ist ein monumentales Grabmal in Gebäudeform. Der Ausdruck leitet sich ab von Maussol-eion, dem zu den antiken sieben Weltwundern gehörenden Grab von Maussolos in Halikarnassos (heute Bodrum), gewidmet dem Statthalter von Karien an der Westküste der heutigen Türkei zwischen 377 und 353 v. Chr.

  2. Marie von WürttembergWikipedia

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    Marie von Württemberg (vollständiger Name Prinzessin Antoinette Friederike Auguste Marie Anna von Württemberg, * 17.September 1799 in Coburg; † 24. September 1860 in Gotha) war durch Heirat eine Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha.

  3. Stuttgart - Wikipedia

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    Hohenheim University was founded in 1818, and two years later the Württemberg Mausoleum as completed on the hill where Wirtemberg Castle once stood. From the outset of the 19th century, Stuttgart's development was once again impeded by its location (population of the city at the time was around 50,000), [68] but the city began to experience the beginning of economic revival with the opening ...

  4. Crown jewels - Wikipedia

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    This crown was kept in the Lunalilo Mausoleum until 1917 when it was stolen by two robbers named Albert Gerbode and Paul Payne from Key West, Florida and subsequently melted into a silver bar. Copies of the thrones can be seen at Iolani Palace. Some of the crown jewels lie in state with the royals at the Royal Mausoleum at Mauna Ala.

  5. Villa Almerico Capra - Wikipedia

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    Württemberg Mausoleum a Stoccarda, disegnato da Giovanni Salucci. Ospita i resti del il re Guglielmo I e di sua moglie Ekaterina Pavlovna Romanova.